I have never been lost so much
as "geographically challenged" at times.
Finding Enderby Cliffs was one of those times.
Enderby Cliffs Provincial Park
is a hikers dream come true.
The cliffs are actually volcanic rock,
the park has old growth Douglas Fir trees,
the area leading to the park is low grasslands
that is a photographers dream true.
The park is located
located 19km (11.8miles) northeast of Armstrong, BC.
Three trails can be hiked here, rated from easy to difficult, the
Reeves Lake trail being the easiest and the Enderby Cliffs
trail is difficult.
I wasn't able to hike these trails on this outing,
but Enderby Cliffs Provincial Park
is definitely on my "go back and explore further" list.